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You've likely never seen cartoons like this before.
You've likely never seen cartoons like this before. Called "the censored 11," they were some of the most racist, sexist and violent cartoons ever shown on TV. Though they've been banned for decades now, you can see some of the 'toons during a special presentation called "Bad Bugs Bunny: The Dark Side of Warner Bros." It's Saturday at Chandler Cinemas.
CANNES, France - Martin Scorsese wants to save the world cinema. The Academy Award-winning director said Tuesday it was a "dream come true" to launch his international project at the Cannes Film Festival, where his "Taxi Driver" won the top prize in 1976.
February 28, 2005
A valley resident who was named United Nations Humanitarian of the Year in 2009 will appear at "Community Cinema" Thursday, March 31, at Mesa Arts Center's Dobson Lecture Hall. Rose Mapendo is the subject of the movie "Pushing the Elephant" and will present a lecture after a free screening of the film.
LOS ANGELES - "Spider-Man 3" will make its worldwide debut in Japan on May 1, three days before the action film opens in the United States, Sony Pictures Entertainment said.
Tempe moviegoers got more than they bargained for Saturday night when rain caused part of the theater ceiling to fall on them.
The story of Harvard-bound Valley Girl Elle Woods, based on the popular movie starring Reese Witherspoon, is set to music in this Tony-nominated musical staged by the Valley Youth Theatre. Parental guidance is suggested
The story of an unconventional and largely forgotten heroine of the civil rights movement will be featured Thursday, Jan. 19 during a film screening presented by Mesa and the Independent Television Services' Community Cinema. "Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock" will portray how Bates led the 1957 charge to desegregate the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Ark.
Recognized for his Emmy Award-winning role as the gruff news director Lou Grant on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and its spinoff series, “Lou Grant,” actor Edward Asner will perform the solo drama, “FDR,” at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 22.
PARK CITY, Utah - Sundance Film Festival's grand-jury prize for best U.S. drama went to "Padre Nuestro," an immigrant saga about a Mexican teen's heartbreaking search for his father in America.
Special interests won the day in the race for the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) in 2012, and the Arizona public got legally swindled.
VATICAN CITY - A movie about the birth of Jesus Christ made its world premiere Sunday at the Vatican, the first time a feature film debuted here.
VENICE, Italy - Emilio Estevez said he wanted to bring ordinary people into the spotlight while making the movie "Bobby," about Robert Kennedy's assassination.
LOS ANGELES - Audiences are still listening to Horton and his Who pals. "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who," 20th Century Fox's animated adaptation of the beloved children's book, remained the top movie for a second straight weekend with $25.1 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Chandler mother Leena Tonapi is some 8,000 miles away from the lights and glamour of India's Bollywood, but that doesn't stop her and her son from keeping up with the latest films from her native country's version of Hollywood.
Critics of the USA Patriot Act are calling on Valley cities to adopt resolutions opposing the law, which passed in 2001 as rubble from the World Trade Center was still burning.
You probably don't know the director Lone Scherfig. Her name wasn't even in the credits of her first box-office success in the United States. Her second big hit here was nominated for Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Screenplay, but she wasn't nominated.
It happens every year around this time — the ritual, hot chocolate-enhanced, pajama-clad viewing of the heartwarming 1946 holiday movie “It’s A Wonderful Life,” starring Jimmy Stewart as downtrodden everyman George Bailey.
The Silver Screen is gold.
LOS ANGELES - "The Passion of the Christ" was the top film for a third straight weekend, taking in $31.7 million and pushing its total beyond a quarter of a billion dollars.
“It appears the state is coming close to borrowing $417 million to build new schools that are badly needed. Nothing is said about the cost to operate them after they are built. Isn’t it time for the churches that promote large families to step up and build parochial schools like they did years ago?”
Roger Michell’s “Hyde Park on Hudson” often feels like two separate movies. One film is about Franklin Roosevelt’s love affair with his sixth cousin. The other is about King George VI and his first visit to the United States.
Movie überfans, rejoice. The film school at Arizona State University is giving you the chance to see four little-seen films on the big screen for free over the next four months, and you don’t have to be a student or university employee to take advantage of the deal.
"Promised Land" offers an experience that's alternately amusing and frustrating, full of impassioned earnestness as well as saggy sections.